As part of the limitless World Basketball Festival sneaker releases, Nike collaborated with rap icon Jay-Z for a special Air Force 1 “All Black Everything” Collection. This five-sneaker grouping features Air Force 1s that pay tribute to countries including the USA, France, Puerto Rico, Brazil and China. Each pair is currently being auctioned off on eBay and the proceeds will benefit the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation.
Until its holiday 2010 release, the Air Jordan 13 “Flint” will undoubtedly be on every sneaker enthusiast’s mind. Check out detailed photos of this highly-anticipated sneaker.
Although a lot of focus has centered around the multiple Nike Air Max LeBron VIII picture leaks, the Nike Air Max LeBron VII continues to surface in some form or fashion. Check out photos of this Nike Air Max LeBron VII Unreleased Sample.
The Air Jordan 7 “For the Love of the Game” Pack is arguably one of the most anticipated World Basketball Festival sneaker releases of this week. Take a look at Skull Candy’s collaborative effort with Jordan Brand which includes various audio-enabled accessories.
The Jordan Comfort Max 11 has been one of the more well-received, new Jordan silhouettes since photos released earlier this year. Check out a photo of DC rapper Wale wearing the White/Red Jordan Comfort Max 11.